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University of Texas at San Antonio,
Institute of Texan Cultures
801 South Bowie Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205-3296
Telephone: (210) 458-2300
"The Greek Texans" is a chapter from the book titled Texans One and All, written by John L. Davis.
The on-line version of the chapter presents a summary history of the Greeks in Texas from 1842.
To find the chapter, scroll through the Table of Contents for Texans One and All, at:
Also available is a printed, illustrated booklet titled The Greek Texans.
Twenty-six pages, softbound, it can be purchased from the UTSA-ITC Museum Store at:
The on-line version of the book, Texans One and All, is provided as a courtesy of the Educational and Technology Initiative of the Institute of Texan Cultures.
The Institute of Texan Cultures is a university educational center dedicated to enhancing the understanding of the history and diverse cultures of Texas through exhibits, programs, and publications that encourage acceptance and appreciation of our differences as well as our common humanity.
Operating on the premise that people are stronger citizens when they know more about themselves and each other, the Institute provides a forum for understanding culture and history and symbolizes the state's strength in diversity.
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